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AIR BLOWS OUT OF THE WINDSHIELD VENTS BUT NOT OUT OF THE DASH VENTS. I JUST HAD WORK DONE ON MY 98 DODGE DAKOTA AND I THINK THEY MAY HAVE PULLED SOMETHING OFF. I DON'T KNOW WERE THE VACUUM HOSES ARE TO SEE IF ONE GOT PULLED OFF AND I'M NOT GOOD WITH THE NAMES OF THE PARTS OF THE ENGINE SO IF YOU CAN KEEP IT SIMPLE THAT WOULD BE GREAT

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You may have to remove the front of your dash, but before you do that check your vacuum lines that go through the fire wall, they may be torn or cracked, some are made of hard plastic, you can splice them with a piece of rubber tube.

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Tell the Dodge dealer and ask him to ck it out. Show him your repair ticket and tell him this was not happening before you brought the car in.

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